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美貌無價Your Face is aFortune在四季飯店擁有全世界最貴的美容療程 SPA,LYNN FUNG 親自體驗,看看是否值得BEAUTYMirror,MirrorE就在我第一次見到Philippe Allouche 博士之前,香港四...
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SCHOOL OFBUSINESSADMINISTRATIONA Lifetime of Integrityoffers several masters of business and masters of Sciencement. In ad...
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  1. 1. Growing Your Business: Steps to SuccessAFter all the hard work ofwriting a business plan,securing funding, hir-ing employees and purchasinginventory, you are finally open forbusiness. Now what? The follow-ing steps will put you on a pathtoward success.Revisit Your PlanThe first step to grow your busi-ness is to understand it, and thebest way to understand it is torevisit your business plan. Whatis your business’s mission?What are its core values? Whatare the short- and long-termgoals? Dothey align with the mission? Tobe successful, your business’smission must guide its growth.What is your business’s currentfinancial and market position?How do your products orservices differ from others onthe market? What are your profitor loss mar-gins? Do they triggercash-flow problems? Whatcycles does your market exhibit,and what kind of growth canyou expect? Are there any majortrends in customer behavior?Keeping up to speed with yourbusiness and its market willhelp position you for success.Know Your CompetitionIdentify the best business inyour field. What makes themexcel? How does your busi-ness compare? By examiningcompetitors’ strengths, you canpinpoint what sets them apart.Look for ways to incorporatetheir best practices.You should also look at com-petitos’ weaknesses. Are theyignoring markets or neglectingcustomer needs? Findopportunities they areoverlooking and takeadvantage of them.BUSINESS BEGINNINGSEmbassy of the United States of America
  2. 2. ThePlan-As-You-GoBusinessPlanForeword By Bestselling Author GuyKawasaki Simplify the Business PlanProcess Create a Plan That GrowsWith Your Business Tailor a Plan to Your Company Develop A Quick-Hitting Set ofPriorities Avoid Business Mistakes andPitfalls Simplify An OverwhelmingProcess Build As Your BusinessDevelops Demystify the BusinessPlanning Process Ignore Traditional Cookie-Cutter Plans Save Time and Resources Take Total Control of YourBusinessTimBerryPrinciple Author ofBusinessPlan ProThe Country’s Bestselling Business PlanSoftware
  3. 3. SCHOOL OFBUSINESSADMINISTRATIONA Lifetime of Integrityoffers several masters of business and masters of Sciencement. In addition to 11 MBA programs, the school alsoDesigned to provide an excellent education that ad-dresses the demands of today’s world, Loyola’sundergraduate programs in businessadministration prepare you for the modernbusiness environ-degrees, dual-degree master’s programs, an executive MBA,customi-zable executive programs, and graduate certificateprograms.The curriculum stresses traditional oral and writtencommunication skills, as well as competence with the latestinformation technology that links businesses worldwide. You’ll alsogain a foundation in 10 knowledge areas and four “Values Across theCurriculum” through the University’s Core Curriculum.Values are an integral part of the Loyola experience, which isinspired by the Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person. “Weascribe to an educational philosophy that emphasizes socially respon-sible decision making and leadership, integrated curricula, global andcultural perspectives, and experiential learning.” explains AbolJailvand, PhD, Dean of the School of Business Administration.As a part of BusinessWeek’s 2010 ranking of the top undergraduatebusiness schools, thousands of business majors were surveyed abouthow well their schools teach standard academic specialties. While anumber of Loyola’s School of Business Administration programsranked highly, Loyola’s ethics specialty is consistently ranked in thetop 10 programs in the U.S.“Our aim,” says Dean Jailvand, “is to provide an education thattransforms students, helping them to not only become tomorrow’sbusiness leaders, but also help them become people for others, witha high degree of personal– and professional– integrity.”LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
  4. 4. 美貌無價Your Face is aFortune在四季飯店擁有全世界最貴的美容療程 SPA,LYNN FUNG 親自體驗,看看是否值得BEAUTYMirror,MirrorE就在我第一次見到Philippe Allouche 博士之前,香港四季飯店的代表說:「你必須向Allouche 博士保證,絕不能欺騙他。」Philippe Allouche 博士是內科醫師兼皮膚生物專家,也是法國最神秘的美妝品牌之一 Biologique Recherche的第二代首席醫師。會面的一開始就是一個大禮:一個為期 6個月的全新臉部療程,稱為Haute CoutureFacial (高級訂製臉部療程)。定價高達美金35,500元,這個療程在四季飯店只有非常少數的賓客才得以享受。而 Biologique Recherche 的普通臉部療程在四季飯店從180美元起跳,經我腦中一番計算之後,我預估 6 個月期間 (也就是大約180天)要做 196 次臉部療程,才值回票價。他們也警告過我,這段期間內不能作弊接受其它療程。不過坦白說,我哪有時間阿?當我終於見到了 Philippe Allouche,結果是:這個價錢根本不是用來支付臉部聊城的。除了每三週一次的做臉,我每個閱還會收到好幾包產品,全部都是替我皮膚量身訂製。醫師親自為顧客檢測皮膚的各項狀況,像是彈性、 皮指分泌和含水度。客制化是 Philippe Allouche 和 BiologiqueRecherche 理念的核心。時裝設計師 JohnGalliano容光煥發由左至右香港四季飯店的 SPA;Biologique Recherche系列產品 PhilippeAllouche
  5. 5. 民國九十八年營運報告目錄
  6. 6. FOR THE LOVE OF THE LIBERAL ARTSSAS DONORS SHARE THEIR REASONS FORSUPPORTING THE SCHOOLby Tracey Quinlan DoughertyBetween the two of them, ScottBok, C’81, W’81, L’84, and RoxanneConisha Bok, C’81, have launched aninvestment banking firm, renovated anhistoric inn, started a horse farm,published a memoir and raised twochildren. What do they say helpedmake it possible? The intellectualcuriosity they developed in their liberalarts courses in the College. That’s whythey give back to SAS at every chance,supporting everything from a facultychair in the humanities and studentscholarships to the renovation ofBennett Hall and the establishment ofthe Integrated Studies Program (ISP).Through ISP, College students in theBenjamin Franklin Scholars program livetogether in Riepe College House andparticipate in courses specially designedto bring together the humanities, socialsciences and sciences to examine thekey concepts of our world. “We don’t liketo be narrow in how we give our support,”says Scott Bok, a University trustee andformer SAS overseer. “If you believe inthe institution you should give them somelatitude. We try to do whatever ourcircumstances allow and touch on asmany aspects as possible.”For both of them, the breadth of theliberal arts is what’s key. “Who knowswhat’s around the corner?” asks RoxanneBok, who was an economics major.“This kind of education makes you athinker who can be nimble and adjust.”Scott Bok, who majored in politicalscience, echoes this, saying,“Whatever your career focus is, youreally ought to have a core educationin things like history, literature,philosophy and art in order tounderstand the world more broadly.”The Boks are certainly not alone intheir belief. Time and again donors tothe School have underscored thevalue of the liberal arts to their ownlives, to those of future students, to theUniversity and to society as a whole.
  7. 7. ThePlan-As-You-GoBusinessPlanForeword By Bestselling Author GuyKawasaki Simplify the Business PlanProcess Create a Plan That GrowsWith Your Business Tailor a Plan to Your Company Develop A Quick-Hitting Set ofPriorities Avoid Business Mistakes andPitfalls Simplify An OverwhelmingProcess Build As Your BusinessDevelops Demystify the BusinessPlanning Process Ignore Traditional Cookie-Cutter Plans Save Time and Resources Take Total Control of YourBusinessTimBerryPrinciple Author ofBusinessPlan ProThe Country’s Bestselling Business PlanSoftware
  8. 8. SCHOOL OFBUSINESSADMINISTRATIONA Lifetime of Integrityoffers several masters of business and masters of Sciencement. In addition to 11 MBA programs, the school alsoDesigned to provide an excellent education that ad-dresses the demands of today’s world, Loyola’sundergraduate programs in businessadministration prepare you for the modernbusiness environ-degrees, dual-degree master’s programs, an executive MBA,customi-zable executive programs, and graduate certificateprograms.The curriculum stresses traditional oral and writtencommunication skills, as well as competence with the latestinformation technology that links businesses worldwide. You’ll alsogain a foundation in 10 knowledge areas and four “Values Across theCurriculum” through the University’s Core Curriculum.Values are an integral part of the Loyola experience, which isinspired by the Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person. “Weascribe to an educational philosophy that emphasizes socially respon-sible decision making and leadership, integrated curricula, global andcultural perspectives, and experiential learning.” explains AbolJailvand, PhD, Dean of the School of Business Administration.As a part of BusinessWeek’s 2010 ranking of the top undergraduatebusiness schools, thousands of business majors were surveyed abouthow well their schools teach standard academic specialties. While anumber of Loyola’s School of Business Administration programsranked highly, Loyola’s ethics specialty is consistently ranked in thetop 10 programs in the U.S.“Our aim,” says Dean Jailvand, “is to provide an education thattransforms students, helping them to not only become tomorrow’sbusiness leaders, but also help them become people for others, witha high degree of personal– and professional– integrity.”LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
  9. 9. FOR THE LOVE OF THE LIBERAL ARTSSAS DONORS SHARE THEIR REASONS FORSUPPORTING THE SCHOOLby Tracey Quinlan DoughertyBetween the two of them, ScottBok, C’81, W’81, L’84, and RoxanneConisha Bok, C’81, have launched aninvestment banking firm, renovated anhistoric inn, started a horse farm,published a memoir and raised twochildren. What do they say helpedmake it possible? The intellectualcuriosity they developed in their liberalarts courses in the College. That’s whythey give back to SAS at every chance,supporting everything from a facultychair in the humanities and studentscholarships to the renovation ofBennett Hall and the establishment ofthe Integrated Studies Program (ISP).Through ISP, College students in theBenjamin Franklin Scholars program livetogether in Riepe College House andparticipate in courses specially designedto bring together the humanities, socialsciences and sciences to examine thekey concepts of our world. “We don’t liketo be narrow in how we give our support,”says Scott Bok, a University trustee andformer SAS overseer. “If you believe inthe institution you should give them somelatitude. We try to do whatever ourcircumstances allow and touch on asmany aspects as possible.”For both of them, the breadth of theliberal arts is what’s key. “Who knowswhat’s around the corner?” asks RoxanneBok, who was an economics major.“This kind of education makes you athinker who can be nimble and adjust.”Scott Bok, who majored in politicalscience, echoes this, saying,“Whatever your career focus is, youreally ought to have a core educationin things like history, literature,philosophy and art in order tounderstand the world more broadly.”The Boks are certainly not alone intheir belief. Time and again donors tothe School have underscored thevalue of the liberal arts to their ownlives, to those of future students, to theUniversity and to society as a whole.
  10. 10. ThePlan-As-You-GoBusinessPlanForeword By Bestselling Author GuyKawasaki Simplify the Business PlanProcess Create a Plan That GrowsWith Your Business Tailor a Plan to Your Company Develop A Quick-Hitting Set ofPriorities Avoid Business Mistakes andPitfalls Simplify An OverwhelmingProcess Build As Your BusinessDevelops Demystify the BusinessPlanning Process Ignore Traditional Cookie-Cutter Plans Save Time and Resources Take Total Control of YourBusinessTimBerryPrinciple Author ofBusinessPlan ProThe Country’s Bestselling Business PlanSoftware

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